We would like to remind you that there are places available for the following health and safety training courses that are due to take place in the near future:-
The Coventry and Warwickshire Place Forum, made up of the two Health and Wellbeing Boards, has designated 2019 as the Year of Wellbeing to significantly raise the profile of health and wellbeing opportunities for everyone.
Godiva Festival has confirmed that its 20th anniversary celebration will bring something new to the table this year, with changes to the site layout and festival offer set to be in place.
Children are being invited to explore Beanotown during this year’s Summer Reading Challenge at Coventry libraries.
Organisers of the Coventry Half Marathon have announced the date for the 2019 event.
Ten students from schools across the city have been honoured for their 100% attendance record at school at an awards ceremony on 28 June at the Council House.
Coventry pastor, Eniiwaju Etomi, is the latest person to be presented with a Good Citizen Award.
Students will race a car they designed and built themselves in a prestigious international competition at Silverstone this weekend.
Coventry Councillors are calling on the Government to make changes to legislation now so that the courts are able to issue tougher sentences to motorists, who cause death by dangerous driving.
Coventry’s Voices of Care Council has scooped the Outstanding Young Citizens Award at the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner's Outstanding Citizens Awards.
Coventry City Council’s Cabinet is set to approve a long lease on the Ricoh Arena’s Car Park C, in order to facilitate the development of a new hotel with up to 150 bedrooms on the site.
Coventry City Council and the Canal & River Trust are set to work closely together in order to ensure the future of the city’s Canal Basin.
Hereward College in Coventry has been recognised for its work supporting careers education and helping young people into the world of work.
Coventry is set for a summer of Play after a new exhibition was launched in the city – and it is already proving popular.
A range of organisations and a special range of books endorsed by GPs will be at Central Library this Thursday (5 July) between 11am and 2pm, to support mental wellbeing in Coventry.
Change Grow Live is offering free, partly furnished and fitted café space in Coventry.
A Coventry food warehouse has been ordered to pay over £20,000 after an extensive rat infestation was discovered by Coventry City Council food officers.
A spectacular flypast by a Dakota and a Hawk aircraft are among the stunning highlights of a celebration to mark Coventry and Warwickshire’s long association with the Royal Air Force this weekend.
Festival organisers have confirmed that Jake Bugg will be performing as Godiva Festival’s Friday night headliner this year.
Coventry City Council has been in talks with top visitor attraction Go Ape about bringing the region’s first Go Ape to Coombe Country Park - that could be in place as early as April 2019.
Council officers have prosecuted a resident after they failed to comply with a Section 108 notice.
Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor John Blundell, and leading UK businessman Sir Peter Rigby DL are to co-host a special three-day showcase to celebrate 100 years of the Royal Air Force.
Children from across Coventry will be given the chance to learn about the history of voting, democracy and registering to vote with a series of activities from Monday 2 July to Friday 6 July.
On 19 July 2018, Coventry Transport Museum will host the first DesignLab Nation CPD event for teachers, and the launch of the Coventry & Warwickshire STEM teacher’s network.
Students at Hereward College officially launched a citywide poster campaign at an event attended by local councillors, local authority representatives and sponsors this week.
With temperatures set to soar over the next few days and the Met Office predicting heat wave conditions, people are being urged to look out for the vulnerable.
Free practical workshop at Coventry's Central Library on Saturday 14 July, 12.30 - 1.30pm or 2.30 - 3.30pm.
Bulldozers have started to demolish a former bank to re-open a link in a busy part of Coventry City Centre.
There will be a special church service at Holy Trinity church on 30 June to mark Armed Forces Day.